China's new top leaders gain an invaluable asset from firsthand experience of life among the people.
Deputies attending first congress ready for challenge to live up to people's expectations.
While many Chinese businesspeople have adopted a foreign nationality to expand trade, most choose to stay in China.
In the decade since the outbreak of SARS, more still needs to be done.
Scourge of depression sees rising number of suicides in China.
Obtaining an education in China has become an increasingly popular trend in Myanmar.
Despite its benefits as a painkiller, drug finds few backers among doctors, reports Zhao Xu in Beijing.
China will play a crucial role as a firm supporter of the continent's renaissance and unification.
The system tasked with safeguarding and assessing the possible environmental damage is outmoded and badly in need of reform.
China continues to provide aid in Africa's fight against malaria, a mosquito-borne disease.
Relocation gives those who worked the land a chance of a new beginning in Ordos city, Inner Mongolia.
China's urbanization rate had risen to 52.57 percent by the end of 2012 from 51 percent in 2011.